Embedded Linux workshop coming to Pasadena and Portland

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Embedded Apprentice Linux Engineer (E-ALE) is a series of 9 seminars over 3 days at existing Embedded Linux conferences:

Are you an Embedded Engineer who is transitioning to using Linux? Attend seminars on how to start with using Linux for Embedded Applications. The Embedded Apprentice Linux Engineer program provides a place at existing Embedded conferences where you can get your questions answered.

Embedded Apprentice Linux Engineer Hands on Workshops at SCALE 16x in Pasadena from Thursday, March 8th to Saturday, March 10th:

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Embedded Apprentice Linux Engineer track at The Linux Foundation’sEmbedded Linux Conference in Portlandfrom Monday, March 12 to Wednesday, March 14

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All the Embedded Apprentice Linux Engineer classes will involve using embedded hardware during the hands-on labs with the PocketBeagle and a BaconBits cape which are included with the $75 USD registration fee for E-ALE at SCaLE61x and ELC.

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Embedded Linux workshop coming to Pasadena and Portland

The Spark Gap talks Open Hardware Summit

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We’re big fans of podcasts about electronics and embedded systems like The Amp Hourembedded.fm and The Spark Gap podcast.   (Please let us know in the comments of other shows we should check out)

In the latest Spark Gap episode, Karl and Corey talk about their trip to Portland for the 2016 Open Hardware Summit:

The Spark Gap Podcast – Episode 49

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Our favorite past episodes include the two-episode discussion of PCB design:

We also enjoyed when Karl and Corey were joined by James Lewis of Kemet Electronics to talk about capacitors.

The Spark Gap talks Open Hardware Summit

Open Hardware Summit 2016: afternoon sessions

[see previous blog post for morning sessions]

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Video recordings of Session 3 and Session 4 of Open Hardware Summit 2016 in Portland:

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Alicia Gibb and Michael Weinberg

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[Session 3: seek to 0 hr 16 min]

 

Note – the recording is missing these talks:

  • Steve Hodges: micro:bit Open Source Physical Computing Platform for CS Education
  • Dan Seal: Rise of Open Hardware in Education
  • Sakshi Srivastava

 

Creating an open factory among factories

Eric Pan

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[Session 4: starts at the beginning]

 

Space the Final Frontier of Open Hardware

Aaron Baker and Andrew Greenberg

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[Session 4: seek to 0 hr 19 min]

 

Beyond microchips: infrastructure, norms and feedback for open classical instruments

David Perry

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[Session 4: seek to 0 hr 35 min]

 

Open Source Hardware in our National Parks

Rianne Trujillo

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[Session 4: seek to 0 hr 51 min]

 

Open and Good Enough Manufacturing Solutions

Luka Mustafa

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[Session 4: seek to 1 hr 5 min]

 

Gallery of slides from the above talks:

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Related post:

Open Hardware Summit 2016: morning sessions

Open Hardware Summit 2016: afternoon sessions

The People, Talks, and Swag of Open Hardware Summit

Friday was the 2016 Open Hardware Summit, a yearly gathering of people who believe in the power of open design. The use of the term “summit” rather than “conference” is telling. This gathering brings together a critical mass of people running hardware companies that adhere to the ideal of “open”, but this isn’t at the exclusion…

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Certification For Open Source Hardware Announced

Today at the Open Hardware Summit in Portland, Alicia Gibb and Michael Weinberg of the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) launched the Open Source Hardware Certification program. It’s live, and you can certify your own hardware as Open Hardware right now. What Is Open Source Hardware? Open Source Hardware can’t be defined without first discussing […]

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Portland Science Hack Day begins tonight

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Portland Science Hack Day at XOXO Outpost kicks off tonight after the Open Hardware Summit!  Opening Lightning Talks start at 7:15 pm:

Here are my slides on Open Source Hardware and Science [PDF]:

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Slides are also shared on SlideShare

Portland Science Hack Day begins tonight

Hackaday in Portland this Week for Open Hardware Summit

We’ve been trying fit in a tour of the Pacific Northwest for a couple of years now. This week is a perfect excuse. Hackaday is proud to sponsor the Open Hardware Summit which will be held in Portland this Friday! Hackaday believes in the free and open sharing of information and ideas. Open Hardware has…

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Hackaday in Portland this Week for Open Hardware Summit